Joey Ricotta | June 25th, 2019
You need to set your lineups. So, let’s get right into some picks for this huge Tuesday night slate of games. Continue reading
Matt Bishop | June 24, 2019
(48% CBS, 4% ESPN, 10% Yahoo)
(3-1) 4.55 ERA 1.12 WHIP 7.16 K/9 0.98 BB/9
16.8% K-BB% 2.93 HR/9
Adam Plutko is 27 and only has 108.0 innings of major league service on his resume, but he has been relatively solid since his call up on 5/18 and could be a nice fill in this week. While his ERA is drastically inflated from a 7 run outing on 5/23, his peripherals (4.55 ERA 6.24 FIP 5.03 xFIP) are greatly skewed by a 2.93 HR/9, which is the 9th worst rate in baseball (minimum 20 IP). But there is hope: Continue reading
Givanni Damico | June 8th, 2019
Today’s article is for the main slate of six games starting at 7:15 PM.
This game is the second game of a day/night doubleheader. Make sure that all three of these guys are playing in game two. Adrian Sampson is coming off of a fantastic outing but that won’t continue today. You can get these three guys for a decent value. This team can put up a lot of runs, so you don’t want to miss out if that is the case today.
Joel Dorcas |May 31st, 2019
A massive 15 games await us to kick off the weekend. Plenty of good pitchers available so finding value at other positions could be vital when building your lineups. Having said that a good strategy would be to also find ways to include some Rockies batters as they will be home to Edwin Jackson and the Toronto Blue Jays. The Rockies implied total is hanging around seven runs today making them almost essential in cash games. Grab your peanuts and cracker jacks, let’s take a rip around the horn! Continue reading
John Supowitz | May 28th, 2019
As previously mentioned, the Twins are the best team in the league. The team has won ten of their last eleven, and as a result, they are the only team to hold a double-digit lead in their division. This well-balanced team has outstanding pitching from Jose Berrios, Martin Perez, and Jake Odorizzi to complement a line-up that features Jorge Polanco, C.J. Cron, Eddie Rosario, our feature this week; Max Kepler. Kepler led the league this week in average (.588), Slugging (1.118), OPS (1.737), and On-base percentage (.619). The German-born son of two ballet dancers has .276 average in 2019, forty-eight points greater than for his career. Continue reading